Legendary singer Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin recently revealed finding band's long-lost recordings that might even be included on the new Led Zeppelin box set. And interestingly enough, two of the songs feature bassist John Paul Jones on lead vocals. "I found some quarter-inch spools recently, and I had a meeting with Jimmy [Page], and we baked them up and listened to them, and there's some very, very interesting bits and pieces that probably will turn up on these things," he said (via Facebook). "I'm desperately trying to get this one track or the two tracks of John Paul Jones singing lead," the singer added. "And so far he's up to giving me two cars and a greenhouse not to get them on the album. Oh, John, wherever you are ... you can't wait to hear yourself singing all over the world! La la la la la la la..." In other recent Zeppelin news, a group of fans has been campaigning for late drummer John Bonham to get his statue in the town of Redditch. Earlier this year, reports of the rock icons' reunion surfaced online, with no new info revealed as of yet. Led Zeppelin held their last concert back in 2007 at London's O2 Arena.
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